How to accessorise your home with contemporary art

In the Kitchen with 'The Lovers' by Peter Smith

It is more popular than ever to start your own art collection. Artworx Gallery specialises in contemporary original and limited edition art, sculpture and glassware. If you are thinking of adding that artistic touch to your home or office here are a few points to consider before you invest: Why do people invest in art? … Continue reading

All 4 Love Collection by Peter Smith

Peter Smith and his soul mate Jayne have been busy working in their studio to release this special collection of limited editions that follows the path of a unique journey and personal love story. One that the viewer makes their own. Peter Smith talks about this new collection,“Over the years we have depicted many Impossimal stories … Continue reading

Turner inspired Ben Payne creates breathtaking landscape paintings

Ben Payne has built a reputation for creating artwork which is fresh, escapist and above all, uplifting. Born in Surrey in 1975, he began drawing portraits and painting as a hobby; by the age of 16 he was selling his work, and he has now developed into a major British talent. Although he is almost … Continue reading

‘In The Country’ by Rozanne Bell

Rozanne Bell’s work is gaining a huge following due to her bold use of colour against texture, her naive characterised style and nostalgic landscapes. Rozanne Bell is the epitome of fun. She is a flamboyant gregarious character with a unique creative imagination that knows no bounds. Rozanne has a sunny disposition, full of originality and … Continue reading

Vintage Collection by Doug Hyde

Sunday Driver by Doug Hyde

The new collection from Doug Hyde represents everything that is best in the world of contemporary art. Uplifting and accessible, it is also technically accomplished and aesthetically rewarding, a combination that has won this extraordinary artist many awards and many thousands of admirers. Doug Hyde’s newest collection is available to view and purchase from Artworx … Continue reading

Original art by Yorkshire artist – Danny Abrahams

Half Time Break by Danny Abrahams - Detail

Danny Abrahams work is captivating and atmospheric. He carries a simple message with his work of innocence with the faint backdrop of reality. Worries and stress are a thing for adults and grown ups, not for children playing out in the open air before being called in for tea time. ‘Half Time Break’ provokes a … Continue reading

Original Art by Mark Spain

Magic Moments by Mark Spain *ORIGINAL*

Mark Spain has an unforgettable talent for painting passion and seduction. His range of work is constantly evolving and expanding ideas based on the female form with movement, a key to many of the pieces as well as form, texture and colour, Mark talks about his work, “I believe that the mood and feeling within … Continue reading

Sarah Louise Ewing – The UK’s most exciting contemporary painters

The Good Old Days (Detail) by Sarah Louise Ewing - ORIGINAL

Sarah’s work is bold and colourful with a light hearted twist. She uses a mixed media approach to deliver her heart-warming work, art that makes you feel at home. It is easy to see she enjoys every minute of painting, as every piece is created with passion and enthusiasm. She leaves a spark of character … Continue reading

Danielle O’Connor Akiyama

Loves Parade III by Danielle O'Connor Akiyama

You could be forgiven for thinking Danielle O’Connor Akiyama’s work looks like it was be made from colourful ceramic tiles, or beautifully crafted glass, but take a step closer and discover it is much more interesting. Her prints are hand embellished then covered in clear artist resin, this brightens the bold colours on the box … Continue reading

Lawrence Coulson

'Country Sunset ' by Lawrence Coulson **Original**

Lawrence Coulson is an artist who needs no introduction, his work has been compared to one of the great masters, Turner. His paintings take you on a journey, overpowering you with an emotional attachment to his atmospheric scenes. Coulson really plays and experiments with his use of colour, sometimes pushing them to a juxtaposition of … Continue reading

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